Archaeology at the Danube using non-invasive ground and aerial prospection methods to document prehistoric settlement traces at the Bisamberg near Vienna, Austria
To link prehistoric settlement activities with a modern mapping of existing monuments on the site, non-invasive aerial and terrestrial prospection methods are used. The LiDAR data catches the course of the presumed prehistoric rampart. The geomagnetic measurements display, among other things, the course of a 250 m long prehistoric ditch. Furthermore, ERT measurements reveal the rampart’s inner construction.
Advances in On- and Offshore Archaeological Prospection
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